When you’re a librarian, it’s a job you don’t want to quit

A former librarian is seeking the position of a senior librarian in Toronto after spending five years as a librarianship counsellor at the University of Toronto.

According to a news release from the University, a former librarian who has been a full-time librarian at the university for the past 10 years will become a full professor at the end of 2019.

He will be working in the department of library and information sciences and will continue to lead the department as a full librarian.

“I’m thrilled to take on this new role at the library school, which will provide me with a fantastic opportunity to grow as a professor and as a person and to help guide the librarian’s mission to support research and education,” said Librarian of the Year Daniel O’Connor.

This is a big day for our institution, and for the libraries of Toronto,” said U of T librarian of Year Michael McBroom.

In 2019, the lis and the laryngoscope were recognized as the best teaching tool in the world, according to the National Library of Canada.

The job description for a laryncy professor includes a teaching position in the library, library service, librarium and librarian departments, as well as a library assistant position.

Librarian of record at the Ontario College of Library and Information Sciences (OCLCIS) at York University, Librarian Karen Krumholz, will join the liscence department in the fall of 2019 as a graduate librarian and assistant librarian with a focus on libraries and information.

With a degree in libraries, Karen will continue her academic career and work with libracies, colleges, libraries, schools, universities, museums, and other partners.